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This continuing education course combines various Nutritionist's View columns on essential topics such as fruit and vegetable intake, intermittent fasting, food insecurity, gluten-free diets, and more. 9 CECs
Gain a better understanding of needs and strategies used when creating and implementing an exercise program for individuals with autism. Topics include health assessment tools, evidence-based teaching strategies, communication and more. 6 CECs
Earn 8 CECs with this newest bundle, which includes four articles from ACSM's Health & Fitness Journal
Earn 45 CECs with this course bundle, which includes the most popular 2020 ACSM fitness summit sessions. These videos topics include: nutrition, resistance training, HIIT, exercise is medicine, aging, behavior change and more.
This webinar will present an overview of skeletal muscle anatomy and physiology and a detailed discussion on the neuromuscular and morphological adaptations to overloading using concentric, eccentric and variable resistance training.
Looking to add a specialty to your professional certification? These comprehensive programs increase your knowledge and skill in specialized areas of practice. Learn more about the Autism Exercise Specialist and Exercise is Medicine today.
Review the principles and considerations required when adapting exercise programs for individuals with impaired function. Topics include: screening, functional assessment, program development, risk management & safety. 5 CECs
Learn about a range of topics from best practice design principles and prevention strategies to standing desks and obesity solutions in corporate America. Also includes two case examples: bicycling to work and well-being program design. 2 CECs
Earn 10 CECs with this webinar bundle. Includes five webinars covering these topics: heart rate based training, shoulder strength and function, resistance training and more.
This course redefines the term warm-up and focuses on dynamic stretching methods and movement strategies for hip activation. Specific emphasis is placed on instruction, error identification and correction, and cueing.
This course focuses on the non-reactive properties of multidirectional speed. Emphasis is placed on focused movement strategies for developing the shuffle and offering instruction, error identification and correction, and cueing.
Learn how medicine balls may be used to enhance performance and decrease the risk of injury. Also receive instruction on movement strategies such as stance, movement direction, error identification and correction, and cueing.
Learn about the EXOS performance nutrition principles you can use to systematically help your clients upgrade nutritional behaviors that will play a significant role in maximizing energy, improving recovery, and creating a new nutrition "normal".